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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   31 / 3
Table of Contents: The influence of lexical status and neighborhood density on children's nonword repetition
by JamieLMetsala, GinaMChisholm
pp 489-506

“Um, I can tell you're lying”: Linguistic markers of deception versus truth-telling in speech
by JoanneArciuli, DavidMallard, GinaVillar
pp 397-411

Idiom understanding in children and adolescents with Down syndrome: The role of text comprehension skills
by MajaRoch, MariaChairaLevorato
pp 531-550

The linguistic correlates of conversational deception: Comparing natural language processing technologies
by NicholasDDuran, CharlesHall, PhilipMMcCarthy, DanielleSMcNamara
pp 439-462

Sentence interpretation by typically developing Vietnamese–English bilingual children
by GiangPham, KathrynKohnert
pp 507-529

What compound words mean to children with specific language impairment
by KarlaKMcgregor, GwynethCRost, LingYuGuo, LiSheng
pp 463-487

Honorifics: A sociocultural verb agreement cue in Japanese sentence processing
by YukiYoshimura, BrianMacwhinney
pp 551-569

Listener reliability in assigning utterance boundaries in children's spontaneous speech
by IdaJStockman
pp 363-395

Cross-linguistic evidence for the nature of age effects in second language acquisition
by RobertDeKeyser, IrisAlfi-Shabtay, DoritDiskinRavid
pp 413-438

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
 
LL Issue: 21.2536